The National Weather Service has issued a Tornado Watch until 11pm Friday June 18. The following counties are included: Hardin, Auglaize, Logan, Marion and Union Counties in our region. Remember that a Tornado Watch means the conditions are favorable for the formation of tornados in and close to the watch area. Listen for the latest […]

Two separate motorcycle crashes resulted in serious injuries Thursday evening in Marion County. According to the first release from the Marion Post of the Ohio State Patrol, at around 5:43pm 59 year old John Cantrell, of LaRue, was riding north on State Route 4, and he when he began to slow down, his motorcycle was […]

A serious injury crash occurred on County Road 165 in Union County late Thursday morning. According to the report from the Marysville Post of the Ohio State Patrol, 45 year old Kristi Marshall, of Marion, drove from a private drive onto 165 , and her car was struck by an eastbound semi being operated by […]

Residents from Ada and Forest were involved in a three vehicle crash Thursday on State Route 31 in Union County. According to the report from the Marysville Post of the Ohio State Patrol, 40 year old Ryan Leady, of Ada and 50 year old Kevin Reiter, of Forest, were both stopped for traffic on 31 […]

Dementia risks among veterans will be the topic of a statewide virtual forum put on by the Alzheimer’s Association from 5-6:30pm on June 29. The forum is free and will provide information about Alzheimer’s and dementia and the caregiver support resources offered by VA Medical Centers and the Alzheimer’s Association.  The Association, through its Alzheimer’s […]

Those visiting Hardin Hills Health Center no longer are required to schedule visits.  That was after Governor Mike DeWine lifted some of the visitor restrictions. Additionally, there is no longer a limit of 2 visitors at a time. Also, the Hardin Hills facility is looking for volunteers who would volunteer some of their time to […]

The Hardin County Master Gardeners are hosting “An Evening Garden Affair” on Monday evening June 28. This virtual event is from 7 to 8:30 pm and will feature Amy Stone of Ohio State University Extension with a program about ‘Selecting Plants to Avoid Invasive Insects’. In order to make this program available to gardeners across […]

The railroad crossing gates are malfunctioning and blocking traffic at crossings on State Route 31 south of Kenton and in the Village of Mt. Victory even though no trains are approaching. CSX advises that this is due to a circuit malfunction. No time frame for repairs has been given. The Hardin County Sheriff’s Office stated […]

One person was sentenced recently in Hardin County Common Pleas Court. According to the document from Prosecutor Brad Bailey’s Office: .Verl William McGrath, age 61 of Kenton, was placed on five years community control with conditions on one count of domestic violence.  As part of the conditions, he must complete anger management and drug and […]

Thousands of Ohioans have been vaccinated against COVID-19, thanks to the Ohio Northern University and the state of Ohio’s mass vaccination program. Governor Mike DeWine asked ONU to join the effort to provide vaccinations to the state in March as a way to reach the underserved rural populations in the region.  Before COVID-19, the mobile […]

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